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STUDENTS OF THE BOWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE- 
SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA - VOLUME 19 -JUNE 1963. 



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dedication 



To Dr. Camillo Artom, the 1963 grad- 
uating class is proud to dedicate this edi- 
tion of The Gray Matter. 

An humble man, Dr. Artom has won 
the friendship and appreciation of our 
class for his deep personal concern over 
our acquisition of knowledge, eagerness 
to explain to us even the simplest of 
points and delight when we seem to un- 
derstand. 

A faithful man, he has gained our re- 
spect for his devotion to Bowman Gray 
where he has served as professor of bio- 
chemistry for 24 years. 

An internationally known scientist, he 
has engendered our awe and admiration 
for him through his long history of 
achievements in the medical sciences. 

Born in Asti, Italy, Dr. Artom received 
his M.D. degree from the University of 
Padau and his Ph. D degree in physiology 
from the University of Messina and in 
biochemistry from the University of Pal- 
ermo. He also studied as a Rockefeller 
Fellow at the University of Naples. He 
has served as professor and chairman of 
the Department of Physiology and Bio- 
chemistry at the University of Cagliari 
and the University of Palermo, and as 
professor and chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Biochemistry at Wake Forest and 
Bowman Gray. 

More than 200 papers by Dr. Artom 

have been published in leading journals. 

The achievements, faithfulness and 

humility of this truly great man will long 

serve as inspiration for our lives. 




CAmiLLo ARtom 
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Benjamin WoffoRC) UtteRBACk 

1937- 1963 




detailed dissection . . . 

chemical world . . 
voluminous literature . . . 




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expert teaching . 



seeing, feeling . . . 

Impressions are defined as profound influences 

on feeling, sense, or the intellect . . . 

and as the conscious effects produced by stimulation 

of the senses. 

We, the Class of 1963, would like to record 

a brief resume of some of these Impressions 

... of some of these influences upon our 

feeling, sense, and intellect 

... of some of these stimulants to our senses . 

that have helped to form the unique molds 

from which are poured 

the graduating physicians 

of The Bowman Gray School of Medicine. 



intellectual 
impressions 






patient responsibilities . , 




, and paper work. 



. . &nb technique 




Woke Forest College ... the medical center . , 



enviRonmentaL 
impRessions . 






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peRson<\Lities 





Some party with daiquiris . . . couples 




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rook . . . 



SOCIAL 

impressions 




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conversation . . . 



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contemplation , 



the "twist" 




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finaL impression . . . 




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AdminiStRAtORS p. 14 




pRecLinicAl oepts . . . p.i6 














cLmiCAl oepts p. 24 



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mediCAl seRvices . . . p. 36 



house StAff p. 38 



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administRation 



DR. COY C. CARPENTER 

Vice President for 

Medical Affairs 





KATHERINE DAVIS 
Dean's Assistant 




VIRGINIA TESH 
Dean's Assistant 





WILLIAM GLANCE 

Director, Office of Information 



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JEAN JENNINGS 
Alumni Secretary 



DR. MANSON MEADS 

Dean 




NANCY CLATTERBUCK 
Vice President's Assistant 




DR. ROBERT TUTTLE 
Assistant Dean 




LU PATRICK 
Registrar 



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HARRY PARKER 
Controller 




NELL BENTON 
Librarian 




BETTY WITHROW 
Librarian (Effective Feb. 1) 




AdministRAtoRS 




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PAUL EVERHART 
Purchaser 




CONNIE MISCHLER 
Assistant Librarian 




EVERETT GILL 
Chaplain to Students 



MRS. MACK PARSONS 
Director of Bookstore 




ANITA MONROE 
Assistant Librarian 




LELIA WEAVIL 
Visitor Information 



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DR. CHARLES McCREIGHT 
Assistant Professor 



DR. WALTER BO 
Associate Professor 



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DR. LOUISE ODOR 
Assistant Professor 






DR. JAMES THOMAS 
Instructor 

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DR. CORNELIUS STRITTMATTER— Otis M. Mull Professor of Biochemistry. 



DR. CAMILLO ARTOM 
Professor 




Biochemistry 




DR. WILLIAM WOLFF 
Associate Professor 




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DR. FRANK HULCHER 
Assistant Professor 



DR. CHARLES REMY 
Associate Professor 
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DR. ROBERT COWGILL 
Associate Professor 




DR. ARTHUR WAINER 
Instructor 

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DR. HUGH LOFLAND 
Associate Professor 





DR. HENRY CRAMBLETT 
Associate 



OR. ROBERT TUTTLE 

Associate Professor 



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DR. SAMUEL LOVE 
Assistant Professor \\^ 



DR. GLENN WATSON 
Instructor 



micROBioloqy 



MRS. BERRY inspects 
daily blood plates. 




DR. ROBERT PRICHARD 
Professor 




DR. HARRY CARPENTER 
Assistant Professor 




DR. MODESTO SCHARYJ 
Instructor 






DR. JUAN RAVENS 
Assistant Professor 



DR. ROBERT MOREHEAD — Professor 



DR. ROBERT POOL 
Instructor 



JACK RAGAN cleans autopsy table. 



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DR. SMITH FOUSHEE, JR. 
Assistant Professor 




INTERMEDIATE TUMORS ... the Moreheod concept. 



pathology 



DR. STUART LIPPINCOTT 
Professor of Experimental 
Pathology 



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DR. IVAN HOLLEMAN 
Instructor 




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DR. ZELMAKALNINS 
Assistant Professor, 
Cytotechnology 





DR. CARLOS RAPELA 
Associate Professor 





DR. HERMAN SCHMID 
Assistant Professor 



DR. HAROLD GREEN 

Gordon Gray Professor of Physiology and 
Pharmacology. 



physiology 

& 

phARrmcoLoqy 



DR. J. MAXWELL LITTLE 

Professor 





DR. CHARLES HENDLEY 
Associate Professor 




UP TO DATE pharmacology displays. 



DR. JOHN GERGEN 
Assistant Professor 



DR. IVAN DAVIDSON 
Assistant Professor 




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DR. MARGARET CONRAD 
Research Associate 




MACK PARSONS 
Assistant 




RENAL FUNCTION studies are investigated by members of the 
department including Dr. Schmid. 



DR. MERRILL SPENCER 
Associate Professor 



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preventive 

medicine 

& 

medicaL Qenetics 



DR. C. NASH HERNDON 

Professor 



DR. LUCILE HUTAFF 
Associate Professor 





DR. HAROLD GOODMAN 
Assistant Professor 




MRS. ETHEL NASH 
Instructor 




CHROMOSOMES arrested in 

mitosis . . . investigations 

by Dr. Goodman. 



LEONARD RHYNE 
Assistant in Biostatistics 



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clinical Oepts 



DR. JOHN FOX 
Anesthesiologist 








DR. LEROY CRANDELL 

Associate Professor 




Anesthesiology 



DR. MAX DRUMMOND 
Instructor 




DR. J. RICHARD BOBB 
Instructor 



EQUIPMENT must be inspected be- 
fore each cose to assure ultimate 
safety. Here Dr. Bob Kemper, res- 
ident, looks things over. 




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DR. JOHN KAUFMANN 
Instructor 




DR. CHARLES HOWELL 
Associate Professor 



DR. JOHN FELTS 
Assistant Professor 



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DR. EMERY MILLER 
Assistant Professor 



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DR. CHARLES SPURR 
Professor 



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DR. DONALD HAYES 
Assistant Professor 




DR. HENRY VALK 
Associate Professor 




DR. WINGATE JOHNSON 
Professor Emeritus 
of Clinical Medicine 




DR. THOMAS O'BRIEN 
Instructor 






medicine 




DR. GLENN SAWYER 
Associate Professor 



DR. ERNEST YOUNT 

Professor 





DR. HENRY MILLER, Instructor, conducts a Wednesday morning staff conference on aortic diseases. 



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DR. JAMES TOOLE 

Professor 




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DR. EDWARD SPUDIS w 

Assistant Professor ™ 

THE EEG LAB annually records over 1600 
"brain wave" tracings . . . Velma White, 
technician, checks a frocing with Dr. Toole' 




neuRosupqepy 




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DR. EBEN ALEXANDER, JR. 

Professor 



DR. ERNESTO de la TORRE 
Research Instructor 







DR. COURTLAND DAVIS, JR. 
Associate Professor 



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QynecoLoqy 




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DR. RICHARD BURT 
Professor 




DR. WARREN 
DANNENBURG 
Research Assistant 
Professor (Biochemistry) 




DR. FRANK GREISS 
Instructor 





DR. FRANK LOCK 

Professor 



DR. HENRY O'ROARK 
Instructor 





DR. EUGENE LINTON 
Instructor 



DR. NORMAN LEAKE 

Research Assistant 

Professor 

(Organic Chemistry) 



THE MECHANISM OF LABOR and the "Three P's" are drilled into neophyte students. 





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DR. FRANCIS FORSYTH 

Associate Professor 




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DR. EDWIN MARTINAT 
Assistant Professor of 
Physical Medicine and 
Rehabilitation 



DR. ROBERT MOORE 
Associate Professor Emeritus 




DR. DAVID ANDERSON 
Instructor 





DR. TOM COKER 
Instructor 



Omhope&ics 



CASTING continues to be the orthopedist's most useful techniqi. 





DR. WINSTON ROBERTS, JR. 

Professor 



DR. RICHARD WEAVER I 
Assistant Professor 



DR. WILLIAM ROGERS 
Instructor 





OphthAL- 
moloqy 



PERIMETRY as explained by Dr. Weaver. 





DR. JAMES HARRILL 
Professor 



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ROLAND EVANS 
Instructor in Speech 




DR. MALCOLM McCOY 
Assistant Professor 
(Audiology) 



OtoURynqoloqy 




DR. JOHN AUSBAND, Associate Professor, starting an 
examination. 



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pediatrics 



DR. WESTON KELSEY 

Professor 





DR. HENRY CRAMBLETT 
Associote Professor 




DR. ALANSON HINMAN 
Assistant Professor 




THE CHILDREN'S WARD gleams with its bright new coat of paint. 



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DR. RICHARD PATTERSON 
Instructor 






DR. CAROLYN 
HUNTLEY 
Assistant Professor 



DR. HUGH MOFFET 
Instructor 



DR. ROBERT McKONE 
Instructor 
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psychiatRy 



DR. RICHARD PROCTOR 

Associate Professor 




DR. JOHN PIXLEY 
Instructor 




MISS COPPEDGE 



ENTRANCE to Psychiatry Offices. 





DR. MARCUS GULLEY 
Instructor 



DR. ANGUS RANDOLPH 
Associate Professor 




DR. JOSEPH CUTRI 
Instructor 




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JOHN UMBERGER 
Instructor (Psychology) 





DR. DONALD 
PIZZARELLO 
Instructor 
(Radiation Biology) 



DR. JOSEPH WHITLEY 
Assistant Professor 




DR. WALTER DEYTON 
Assistant 



Radiology 




DR. ISADORE MESCHAN 

Professor 



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DR. DAMON BLAKE 
Assistant Professor 




DR. LAWRENCE LEINBACH 
Instructor 



DR. JAMES MARTIN 



Professor 





DR. GEORGE BARRETT 
Assistant 




RICHARD WITCOFSKI 

Instructor 

(Medical Physics) 



WEEKLY diagnostic challenges are presented by the department 
with free cokes for the winners. 




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DR. DONALD BLAINE 
Instructor 



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DR. FRED GARVEY 
Professor 




DR. STAN KING 

Research Assistant Professor 

of Biochemistry 




URINALYSIS . . . testing thot ever so important kidney water 






DR. WILLIAM BOYCE 

Professor 



UROloqy 




DR. HOWARD BRADSHAW 

Professor 



DR. FELDA HIGHTOWER 
Associate Professor 



DR. LOUIS SHAFFNER 
Assistont Professor 




DR. WILLIAM SPRUNT 
Professor (Clinical) 




Supqepy 




DR. SHERRILL HUDSPETH 
Cardiovascular Research 

Fellow 



DR, RICHARD MYERS 
Assistant Professor 



DR. FRANK JOHNSTON 
Assistant Professor 




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DR. JULIUS HOWELL 
Instructor 




DR. ROBERT CORDELL 
Assistant Professor 




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me&icaL services 





DR. TOM FORD 
Research Fellow 



RESEARCH FARM, operoted by 
the deportment of experimental 
medicine, houses dogs, pigeons, 
rabbits, and large animals for 
experimental medical use. 






DR. JAMES EUBANKS 
Instructor 



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expepimentaL 
medicine 



DR. JAMES PICK, JR. 
Research Fellow 



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DR. THOMAS CLARKSON 

Associate Professor 





TOM WEBSTER, JACK DENT, DEANNA BODENHAMER conducting 
lighting tests in photo studio. 



medical 
ULustRAtion 



GINNY INGRAM 
during coffee break. 




GEORGE LYNCH 

Associate Professor 




Biomedical 
engineering 



DR. FREDRICK THURSTONE 

Assistant Proessor 




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house stApp 




i -l & T ' Ti B ° b „ Thom PS°n, Joel Smith, Asst. Res. No', pictured — Bill 
Sotterwhite, Res., Wolf Word, Ass't Res. P'crurea mil 




NEUROLOGY — Larry Pierce, Gerry Cerchio (Med.) Bill Sammartmo 
Lew Yarborough, Hoi Wh.taker, Asst. Res., Twitty Carpenter, Intern (Med.).' 





08 Ti ? YN r~ Bob B ° wd en, Claude Hollingsworth, Asst. Res ■ Ed Sutton 
Res. Nat p,ctured - Bill Courtney, Res., Kent Bennett, Wait Roy Asst 




OPHTHALMOLOGY — Hal Puree", Tom Walsh, Asst. Res.; Reynolds Legge, 



r»n U S° S w1. GE ! ,Y "7^ Floyd Cooper, Res., Mark Wigser, Chuck Mitchell 
George Wheeling (Surg.), Asst. Res. 



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ORTHOPEDICS — Dave Nelson (Surg.), George Weaver, Jim Froggatt, 
Asst. Res. 




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PEDIATRICS — Chris Siewers, Sara Thompson, Interns; Lois Pfister, Jr. 
Asst. Res.; John Wolf, Asst. Res. 



PSYCHIATRY — Jack Rogers, Res. 





PATHOLOGY — Mr. Ed Elsworth, Co-ordinator; Joe Block, Eugene Cox, 
Wong Song Chang, Res.; John McLeod, Frank Wilkins, Asst. Res.; Ward 
Madtson, Marvin Thompson, Interns. Not pictured — Bill Gibson Jr. 
Asst. Res. 




RADIOLOGY — Jim Blazek, Ron Kelly, Res; James Lynde, Line Engstrom 
Howard Cooper, Bill James, Ken Ferguson, Asst. Res. Not pictured — 
Jim Quinn, Res.; Albert Hale, Asst. Res. 




UROLOGY — Lathan Moose, Res.; Donald Blaine, Asst. Res.; Bill Montgom- 
ery, Sr. Asst. Res. Not Pictured — Lou Hunt, Ernie Lathem, Asst. Res. 



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bJI ■ 'r>S.M r° y ' E ?.u H °?' e ' ° e -P"' s Bi 99s. Earl Watts, Asst. 
Res., Charlie Feezor, Mike Lemp, Twitty Carpenter, Interns Not 



John^M^. B n B '<=°T' Ger ^ Cerchio, Frank Green, Bill Joyce, 
Pfcter," Al'ex r 'P?s ton R,d ,ntern r i. Ge0 ' 9e W °"' ** R "- : Bi " Myri < k ' Al 



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SURGERY — John Pruitt, Jim Thomas, Jim Sprinkle, Cardiovasc Res 
Fred Bergen, Crampton Helms, Harry Metropole, Harold Newman' 
Kes.; lommy Canipe, Frank Carlton, Dave Nelson Tim Pennell' 



Fori w.Vjh' r°" R °5S: ts ', Ray 7° ni 9"<*i. Bernard Vic, Kos Weaver, 
Earl Welch, George Wheeling, Asst. Res.; Frank Farrall, Jack Foster 
Ed Hudson, George Podgorny, Ralph Siewers, Interns. 




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HOWELL GARRETT 

ADAMS, M. D. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Pediatrics 

Vanderbilt Univ. Hosp. 

Noshville, Tenn. 



JAMES HAMPTON 
BLACK, Jr. M. D. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Rotating 

Henry Ford Hosp 

Detroit, Mich. 




ROBERT WILSON 

CARTER, M. D. 

Selma, N. C. 

Rotating 

Henry Ford Hosp. 

Detroit, Mich. 



GLENN REFFORD 

CLARK, M. D. 

Reidsville, N. C. 

Pediatrics 

N. C. Baptist Hosp. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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STEPHEN GORDON 

COHEN, M. D. 

Boyonne, N. J. 

Mixed 

Montefiore Hosp. 

New York City 



NANCY MARIE 

COLLINS, M. D. 

Albemarle, N. C. 

Surgery 

University of Chicago 

Clinics 

Chicago, III 








RAYMOND SYKES 

CORWIN, M. D. 

Chicago, III. 

Rotating 

San Francisco Gen. 

Hosp. 
San Francisco, Calif. 



ANTHONY RICHARD 
CUZZOCREA, M. D. 

New Rochelle, N, Y 

Pathology 

N. C. Baptist Hosp. 

Winston-Salem, N. C 




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JAMES ALEXANDER 

EDMOND, M. D. 

Westerly, R. I. 

Rotating 

Maine Medical Center 

Portland, Me. 



WILLIAM BEECHER 

ECHOLS, M. D. 

Louisville, Ky. 

Rotating 

Roanoke Memorial 

Hosp. 

Roanoke, Vo. 



RICHARD GORDON 

FAW, M. D. 

Southern Pines, N. C. 

Rotating 

Roanoke Memorial 

Hosp. 

Roanoke, Va. 






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MALCOLM 

TENNYSON FOSTER, 

Jr., M. D. 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

Medicine 

Univ. of Florida Hosp 

& Clinics 

Gainesville, Fla. 



JUDSON FRANKLIN 
FORCE, Jr., M. D. 
Penns Grove, N. J. 

Mixed 

N. C. Baptist Hosp. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 





HERMAN ALLEN 

GODWIN, Jr., M. D. 

Dunn, N. C. 

II & IV Medical 

Harvard 

Boston City Hosp. 

Boston, Mass. 




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HAROLD DALE 
HALLER, M. D. 

Louisville, Ky. 
Family Practice 

Baltimore City 

Hospitals 
Baltimore, Md. 





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CLAUDE CAUDILL 

HAZLETT, M. D. 

Ashland, Ky. 

Rotating 

Greenville Gen. Hosp. 

Greenville, S. C. 




JAMES THOMAS 
HODGES, M. D. 
Cullowhee, N. C. 
Rotating 
Baptist Hosp. 
Nashville, Tenn. 




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ALFRED FRANKLIN 

HOCKER, M. D. 

Richmond, Ky. 

Surgery 

Univ. of Calif. Hosp. 

San Francisco, Calif. 







JAMES LANGSTON 
HUGHES, M. D. 

Greer, S. C. 
Mixed Surgery 
Roosevelt Hosp. 
New York City 






JAMES RAY ISRAEL, 

M. D. 

Asheville, N. C 

Rotating 

Roanoke Memorial 

Hosp. 

Roanoke, Vo. 






DONALD EDWARD 

JOHNSON, M. D. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Rotating 

Jackson Memorial 

Hosp. 

Miami, Fla. 



WAYNE ALDEN 

JOHNSON, M. D. 

Isanti, Minn. 

U. S. Air Force Hosp. 

Lackland A F B 

San Antonio, Texas 








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BILL JOE KITTRELL, 

M. D. 

Marysville, Calif. 

Rotating 

San Francisco General 

Hosp. 
Son Francisco, Calif. 






JOHN HARRY 

KRIKORIAN, M. D. 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Pediatrics 

New York Hospital 

New York City 



WADE HAMPTON 

LEFLER, JR., M. D. 

Newton, N. C. 

Medicine 

New York Hospital 

New York City 





CHARLES ROBERT 
LAMB, JR., M. D. 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Rotating 
Medical College of 

Virginia Hosp. 

Richmond, Va. 





LARRY ALAN 

LINDESMITH, M. D. 

Englewood, Colo. 

Medicine 

University of Chicago 

Clinics 

Chicago, III. 




JOSEPH BRIAN MAY, 

M. D. 

Lowell, Moss. 

Rotating 

Rhode Island Hospital 

Providence, R. I. 




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DANIEL LEE MOORE, 

M. D. 

Kittanning, Pa. 

Mixed Surgery 

Geisinger Memorial 

Hosp. and Foss Clinic 

Danville, Pa. 




RICHARD HOUSTON 

MC SHANE, M. D. 

Montclair, N. J. 

Surgery 

New York Hospital 

New York City 




LAURIE WALKER 

MOORE, Jr., M. D. 

Beaufort, N. C. 

Rotating 

U. S. Naval Hospital 

Charleston, S. C. 



RICHARD BLOUNT 

ODOM, M. D. 

Ahoskie, N. C. 

Medicine 

Univ. of Florida Hosp. 

& Clinics 

Gainesville, Fla. 



JOEL ALVIN REISKIN, 

M. D. 

Washington, D. C. 

Mixed Medicine 

V George Washington 

Univ. 
D. C. General Hosp. 
Washington, D. C. 



HOBART RAY 

ROGERS, M. D. 

Steubenville, Ohio 

Rotating 
St. Luke's Hosp. 
Cleveland, Ohio 




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CRAIG ANTHONY 

RYDER, M. D. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Rotating 

Henry Ford Hospital 

Detroit, Mich. 



LARRY WAYNE 

SAMPSON, M. D. 

Four Mile, Ky. 

Medicine 

N. C. Baptist Hosp. 

Winston-Salem, N. C 



GERALD EUGENE 

SANDERS, M. D. 

Bamberg, S. C. 

Mixed 

N. C. Baptist Hosp. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



JAMES ALLEN 

SANDERS, M. D. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Medicine 

N. C. Baptist Hosp. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 




JOHN EDWIN 

SCARFF, Jr., M. D. 

New York, N. Y. 

Mixed Medicine 

Passavant Memorial 

Hosp. 

Chicago, III. 



ALVIN JACK 

SECREST, Jr., M. D 

Shelby, N. C. 

Surgery 

Medical College of 

Virginia Hosp. 

Richmond, Va. 



DOUGLAS RAY 

SMITH, M. D. 

Paw Creek, N. C. 

Rotating 

Charlotte Memorial 

Hosp. 

Charlotte, N. C. 






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CAROLE JEAN 

STOESSEL, M. D. 

Salisbury, N. C. 

Pathology 

Presbyterian Hospital 

New York City 



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BLUCHER 

EHRINGHAUS 

TAYLOR, M. D. 

Kinston, N. C. 

Rotating 

Roanoke Memorial 

Hospital 

Roanoke, Va. 




MARJORIE ANGLEA 

SWANSON, M. D. 

Brockton, Mass. 

Medicine 
Barnes Hospital 
St. Louis, Mo. 





LEWIS S 

SYDENSTRICKER, 

M. D. 

San Francisco, Calif 

Rotating 

Tripler General 

Hospita 

U. S. Army 

Honolulu, Hawa 





CHARLES MARION 

UPCHURCH, M. D. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Mixed Pediatrics 

University Hospital 

and Hillman Clinic 

Birmingham, Ala. 



BENJAMIN WOFFORD 

UTTERBACK, M. D. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Deceased 




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JAMES OPIE WELLS 

Jr., M. D. 

Brevard, N. C. 

Medicine 

Emory University- 

V. A. Hosp. 

Atlanta, Ga. 




WINFREY EVANS 

WHICKER, M. D. 

China Grove, N. C. 

Mixed 

N. C. Baptist Hosp. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 





ELIZABETH ANN 
WILLIAMS, M. D. 

Greenville, N. C. 

Medicine 

George Washington 

University Hosp. 
Washington, D. C. 




DRU VAN WILKES, 

M. D. 

Leaksville, N. C. 

Pediatrics 

N. C. Baptist Hosp. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 






JOCIE CURTIS 

WILLIAMS, Jr., M. D. 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Rotating 

Grady Memorial Hosp. 

Atlanta, Ga. 




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ROBERT MASON 

WILKINS, M. D. 

Durham, N. C. 

Medicine 

Colorado General 

Hosp. 

Denver, Colo. 




55 



t^junioRs 




MITCHELL HURST ALLEN, JR. 




ANTHONY JAY CHAPMAN 



56 





1 






ROBERT WILLIS HEDGER 



GENE GORDON GOODE 







RICHARD DALLAS HAMER 




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" 



ROBERT LESLIE HOOPER 




WILLIAM BERT JACKSON 




CHARLES ROSS JOHNSON, JR. 







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1 



WILLIAM PRITCHARD JORDAN, JR. 



MARK WILKES HARROLD 



57 





NATHAN FRANK OROVITZ 




DAVID NORFLEET PARKER 



KENT BUTLER LAMOUREUX 



KENNETH FRANCIS MATTUCCI 



WILLIAM KENNETH McCRAE 



58 




ARCHIE MAYO RABON 




CAROLYN JOYCE VIRDEN 







WILLIAM JEROME WORTMAN, JR. 



GARY STANLEY SAPIRO 



ALAN REMI SHALITA 




Not pictured — Karl Kent Kavel, 
Fredrick Carl Lone. 



3, 




sophomores 



EDMUND PENDLETON GAINES, JR 




; 






Not pictured: Richard Ed- 
ward Bird, Southgate Wil- 
liam Green, William Gib- 
son Harris, Jr., Paul Madi- 
son Kirkman, Richard Job- 
son Wherry. 



DAVID EDWIN KOON 



JOHN ALBERT PATTERSON 




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ALVIN HUNTER HARTNESS 







GODFREY PORTER OAKLEY, JR. 



PHILIP EARL SOWERS 



If SIDNEY DEAN KREIDER JOHN MARVIN PERDUE, SR. 




JACKSON BRUCE SMITH 




fReshmen 




JAMES EARL CROWE 



ALFRED SUETO GIMA 



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GROVER RAY MIMS • '^. PHILIP ROBERT SEVERY k^ ^^ JAMES DENNIE YC 

ft & ft M A 

1^"" V FRED LEON PICKLESIMER ROGER EUGENE STEVENSON 



HUGH BRYAN NOAH 



ERIC WILLIAMS PITTMAN 



JOHN EDWARD SIEGEL 

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CHARLES FRED ZERNCHEL 



JAMES ALVIN TART 




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p^pame6icAL schools 
Anesthetists 




ANN ALLRED 






MARTHA BRISSON 





ANN McKAY 



BARBARA HOWARD 




PRISCILLA PIERCE 




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PAT ROBERTSON 



64 




ANATOMY — Gene Colburn, Russ Reiter, Dick Witcofski. 



QRadiute Studies 






&T* 




DR. RICHARD BURT — 

Chairman, Committee on 
Graduate Studies. 



BIOCHEMISTRY — Carl Hoffman, Ed Oswald. 

PHYSIOLOGY — John Kaufmann, Gerald Lackey, Carmello Nepomuceno, 

Doris Wellman, 











KOKIKO IMAMURA — Director. 



medicaL Records 

MED RECORD LIBRARY SCIENCE STUDENTS — Row 1; Helen Baum- 
garten, Rosanna Deal- Row 2: Diane Dickson, Jen Garrou, Nancy 
Gent. Row 3: Mary Ruth Little, Harnette Miller, Penny Pearsall. Row 4: 
Janet Sinclair, Linda Smith, Linda Wagoner. 




65 





JOYCE BIVENS 
Cyto-Tech 



GAYLE CHANDLER 
Cyto-Tech 




JOYCE POTTER 

Cyto-Tech 





ELIZABETH PRICE 
Cyto-Tech 



CytotechnoLoqy 

me&icaL 
technology 



HEMATOLOGY LAB was completely remodeled this year. 



PHYLLIS NEWPORT — Supervisor. 



i a ii»iir. 





VIRGINIA ABERNATHY 




NOT PICTURED — Judith 
Lee Boss, Brenda Carole 
Holder, Brenda Joyce 
Nichols, Patricia Anne 
Rogers. 



ROLENE WARD — Director 



WORK ROOM etude. 



X-Ray technology 




BRENDA JOYCE CURTIS 




NOEL JEAN EATON 





ELIZABETH VICTORIA GRUBBS 



JUDY FRANKLIN 




KISTLER OSBORNE 



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GARY MULLINS 



NYRA MATTHEWS 



LINDA JOYCE SHERMER 



ORQATllZAtlOnS p. 70 



PUBllCAtlOns p. 73 










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demon docs p.78 






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B 



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organizations 




ana m?biral ^ ri 




WADE HAMPTON LEFLER, Jr 

HOLLAND VICTOR MOORE 

NANCY MARIE COLLINS 

HERMAN ALLEN GODWIN Jr 
FREDRICK CARL LANE 



ROBERT WILSON CARTER 
RICHARD LEE BURLESON 
STEPHEN GORDON COHEN 
LARRY ALAN LINDESMITH 

MARJORIE ANGLEA SWANSON 
JOHN HARRY KRIKORIAN 



70 



s.a.m.a. 




BOWMAN GRAY STUDENT AM A. OFFICERS— Ed Gaines, Horold Holler, Mark 
Horrold, Tom Blackburn discussing proposed government loan problem. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

HAROLD HALLER President 

MARK HARROLD . . . Vice-President 

ED GAINES Secretary 

TOM BLACKBURN Treasurer 

JIM HUGHES .... Sr. Class President 

FRED WEAVER S r. Class Representative 

J0E P °OLE Jr . class President 

MARC LAWRENCE Jr . Class Representative 

JOHN PACKER S oph. Class President 

DAVE KOON Soph. Class Representative 

TOM LONG Fresh. Class President 

JOE McALHANY Fresh. Class Representative 



71 




HISTORICAL DISPLAYS ore prepared by the group annually for 
view by students ond faculty. 



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f m 



Sfistoru, of 'Mebiciae 



FREDERICK R. TAYLOR HISTORY OF MEDICINE SOCIETY _ Members 
present at a recent meeting included — Row 1: David Tote Miss 
Kathenne Davis, Dr. Lucie Hutaff, David Lawrence, Dr. Robert Turtle 
John Packer. Row 2: Wayne Curl, Lamar Adams, Dr. Glenn Watson Bill' 
Farley, Carol Farley, Frank Robert, Dr. Morjorie Swanson Row 3-' Jim 
Marshall, Shelly Fagan, Wayne Pennell, Kokiko Imamura, Hideki Ima- 
mura. President Nancy Collins, Opie Wells. 



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m m *J"° P» DOCTOR. 

v LA I 1 1 

rent foil v - ., , . .. 

| WIN6AT£ S. JOHNSON SOCIETY "~~ 

KABBI PAVIP ROSe 

TJIE EEv Ht. . " FhAEC 

PR. TACK NOFFSlNtaElT 

BK-FBUtK TOmn&ton 

<U£-SPA\ FEB 19 * M-. 

■CJ.FITIRIA. 




DISCUSSIONS ore held fre- 
quently. 



Winqate m. 
Johnson 
medical Society 



SOCIAL, religious, and philosophical aspects of medicine are 
stressed by this bronch of the Christion Student Fellowship at a 
recent dinner-discussion meeting. 




\ 







puBLications 





OPIE WELLS 
Business Manager 



LARRY LINDESMITH 
Editor 



the 
Qray rriAtteR 



BILL WORTMAN, photographer, goes over proofs ot a meeting 
of the yearbook staff. 



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.<• 





LARRY SAMPSON 
Editor 



ReseaRCh 
Mn& Reviews 



EDITORIAL STAFF MEMBERS Winfrey Whicker and Nancy 
Collins read a student research manuscript under consideration 
by the editor. 




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fRAteRnmes 




RUSH PARTY . . . smiles everywhere 



phi Chi 




PARTIES included the Hal- 
loween Costume Ball where 
the Sydenstrickers and the 
anonymous effigy were 
prominent. 



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Thomisso Hazlett. 



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HOUSE DANCES were held thru- 
out the year with occasional 
spontaneous entertainment bv 
Bill McRae. 



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AL SHALITA, president. 





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THE PREXY spoke . . 



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Pcu" A onS"n^c^ W M a rv'Tho C m h pi S cr, Ale,< P ° 5, ° n ' DiCk " ° d0m * 5,e - C ° he " R °« 2: Curti, Williams, Ha m p Lefler. , 0h n 
Car S p K enTe B r AL iKl E W^e^. R ° W ' : D ° n J ° hnS °"' Bi " Ech °' S ' M °' colm F ° s,er ' B ° b Car,er ' ""^ J: Steve Cohen, Dickie Odom, Twin, 




BHI 



SoftBaLL 



Docs 


SCORES Opponents 


2 


Brookwood Restaurant 


8 


2 


Flowers Plumbing 


11 


5 


Jones TV 


4 


14 


Brookwood Restaurant 


10 


1 


Zinzendorf Laundry 


6 





Jones TV 


6 


10 


Air Force 


3 


4 


Zinzendorf Laundry 


11 





Piedmont Tire 


6 


9 


Air Force 


8 


9 


Waughtown Electric 


1 


4 


Waughtown Electric 


9 


2 


Brookwood Restaurant 


5 


8 


Brookwood Restaurant 


9 


5 


Zinzendorf Laundry 


2 


10 


Jones TV 


15 


2 


Air Force 


5 


4 


Piedmont Tire 


5 


6 


Piedmont Tire 


12 


11 


Flowers Plumbing 


9 


City League 


Standing . . . 4th 


place 




BAsketBaLl 

PLAYERS Pts. per game 

Dickie Odom ... 25 

Twitty Carpenter 15 

Bob Carter 7 

Steve Cohen 15 

Dick Wherry . . 15 

Bill Echols 1 

Don Johnson 1 

Kent Lamoureux 1 

John Packer ... 1 

Malcolm Foster (coach) 6 

AVERAGE TOTAL 87 
(opponents ave. 67 pts.) 



DICKIE ODOM momen- 
tarily loses boll to op- 
ponent. 



RECORD Won Lost 

City League Reg. Season 

(2nd Place) . 7 3 

Exhibition games 6 2 

City Tournament 4 1 

TOTAL 17 6 



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rrutteR 



Editor 

Assistant Editor 
Business Manager 



PEGGY BILLINGS 

GAIL YOUNG 

GENNY FEREBEE 




noRth CAROlina 



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Baptist hospital School of HuRsmq 



81 



fOReWORd 




The memories of school experience are valu- 
able, and the White Matter has recorded a re- 
view of people, places, and activities. In the 
far away years whether working as staff nurse, 
teaching in an institution, or being content in 
the home, we hope the graduates of NCBH will 
sometimes look through these pages and recall 
fondly the years spent at this school. 

To some this is a book of black and white, 
while to others this book signifies a new outlook 
on life. 

To you, the students of North Carolina Bap- 
tist Hospital School of Nursing, this 1962-1963 
edition of the White Matter is presented. 



aBle of Contents 



DEDICATION 84 



ADMINISTRATION 



86 



SENIOR CLASS 90 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



109 



ORGANIZATIONS . . .119 
FEATURES 124 





S3 




MRS. MILDRED KREIDER 



84 




I do not think any of us will ever forget the first impression we 
had of this stranger from the North. As one sat in the cafeteria or 
in the apartments, she could hear the Class of 1963 saying, "Well, 
what is she trying to do?" As the months passed, working with her 
on the wards and in the classes, she began to play an important 
part in our lives at this school. Her interest in us as individuals, as 
a group and as a profession; her desire to help us grow as a nurse 
and as a citizen; and her willingness to listen to our problems with 
a vast capacity for understanding have guided us to place our trust 
in her. 

It is with great respect and admiration that we dedicate this 
1963 edition of the White Matter to you — Mrs. Mildred Kreider. 
Thank you! 



85 




MR. REID HOLMES 

A.B. 

Hospital Administrator 



Administration 




MISS JOYCE WARREN 

R.N., B.S., A.B. 

Director of School of Nursing and 

Nursing Service 



MISS BETTIE BAISE 

R.N., B.S., A.B. 

Associate Director of 

School of Nursing 



86 



MISS SADIE BAILEY 

R.N., B.S.N. 

Instructor in Obstetric Nursing 

MISS ANNA MAE BARBEE 

R.N. 

Instructor in Nursing 



MISS ELAINE BALDWIN 

R.N., B.S.N. 

Instructor in Nursing 

MISS GRACE DANIEL 

R.N. 

Evening Clinicol Instructor 





MISS HELEN DRASH 

R.N., B.S.N. 
Instructor in Nursing 



MRS. DELORES FARRALL 

R.N., B.S.N. 

Instructor in Nursing 



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MRS. ELIZABETH DAVIS 

R.N., B.S.N. 

Instructor in Nursing 

MRS. ELEANOR DODSON 

R.N., B.S.N. 

Instructor in Out-Patient Nursing 



87 




MRS. ELEANOR GARRISON 

R.N. 

Instructor in Operating Room 

Nursing 

MRS. JEANETTE E. JOHNSON 
R.N. 

Instructor in Nursing 



MISS SYLVIA R. KIGER 

R.N., B.S.N., M.S. 

Coordinator Fundamentals of 

Nursing 



MRS. MILDRED KREIDER 

R.N., B.S.N. 

Clinical Instructor in Nursing — 

Surgery 



MISS ANN LORE 

R.N. 

Instructor in Nursing of Children 

MRS. MARY BEN STROUPE 

R.N., B.S.N. 

Instructor in Nursing 





MISS JANE COX 
Director of Residences 

MRS. CARRIE WALSH 
Librarian 



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MISS MARGUERITE GREENE 
Surgiacl Supervisor 

MRS. PAULINE HANKIN 
Assistant Evening Supervisor 

MRS. MARY INGRAM 
Supervisor of Out-Patient Clinics 





MRS. JANE LAWRENCE 
Medical Supervisor 

MRS. MADGE MINOR 
Recovery Room Head Nurse 

MRS. MARY PATTON 
Associate Director, Nursing Service 



Supervisors 



MRS. EVELYN REED 
Assistant Night Supervisor 

MISS LUCIA SHIRLEY 
Operating Room Supervisor 

MISS ETHEL SHORE 
Obstetrical Supervisor 




MISS PEGGY SHORE 
Pediatric Supervisor 

MISS VIRGINIA TESH 

Assistant Director, Night 

Supervisor 

MRS. PHYLLIS WILLIAMS 
Assistant Evening Supervisor 




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Seniop CUss 



President JANICE CONRAD 

Vice-President LINDA HARDISTER 

Treasurer BARBARA KINNEY 

Secretory LYNDA PETERSON 





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Sponsors 

Dr. Don Roberts ond Mrs. Eleanor Dodson 

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DIANE FRANCES ANDERSON 
Wilkesboro, N. C. 





MARTHA JEAN BAKER 
Wilmington, N. C. 



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BARBARA ANN ALLEN 
Shelby, N. C. 




CARRIE ELIZABETH ANDERSON 
Statesville, N. C. 




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SANDRA KAY BALDWIN 
Gate City, Vo. 




JANICE MARIA BEAUCHAMP • 
Asheville, N. C. 





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EDITH MARIE BERRY 
Morganton, N. C. 




PEGGY ANN BILLINGS 
Raleigh, N. C. 



BETSY HAYWOOD BLUM 
Winston-Solem, N. C. 



APRIL BROWN 
Shelby, N. C. 









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BEVERLY JO BURGIN 
Asheville, N. C. 



94 




CAROLYN JEANETTE CASH 
Fayetteville, N. C. 



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CAROLYN SUE CHEEK 
Durham, N. C. 




JANICE LORRAINE CONRAD 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 




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ELLEN REBECCA DAIL 
Wilmington, N. C. 




BERTHA SUE DEBOARD 
Grassy Creek, N. C. 





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LINDA FAYE DOWDEE 
Raleigh, N. C. 







NANCY FULTON 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 




SANDRA LEE GOODMAN 
Kannapolis, N. C. 




CHARLOTTE LILLIAN FINWALL 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 






SARA LYNN HEMRICK 
Kinston, N. C. 



BETTY JO HICKS 
Nashville, N. C. 




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MARY ANN HONEYCUTT 
Smithfield, N. C. 







EDNA HORNE 
Jacksonville, N. C. 






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MERCER FAYE HYMAN 
Fayetteville, N. C. 




ANNIE FAYE JONES 
Williamston, N. C. 



JANE ELLEN JORDAN 
Wilmington, N. C. 




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BETTY ANN JOHNSON 
Garner, N. C. 




REBECCA ANN JOHNSON 
Durham, N. C. 




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SHARON ANN LOFLIN 
High Point, N. C. 




LINDA CAROL KENNEDY 
Kinston, N. C. 





BARBARA JEAN KINNEY 
Asheboro, N. C. 




PATRICIA MAE MITCHELL 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 




100 



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CAROLYN PENLEY 
Morganton, N. C. 



SANDRA LEWIS PERKINSON 
Ahoskie, N. C. 




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LYNDA SUE PETERSON 
Wilmington, N. C. 



101 




LINDA DEWEESE REITER 
West Asheville, N. C. 



ERCELL MAE ROBERTSON 
McLeansville, N. C. 




BRENDA PATTERSON SCARBORO 
Mt. Airy, N. C. 







SYLVIA DOANE SHARPE 
Madison, N. C. 



102 




PAMELA ANN SHELTON 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 






BRENDA ESTELLE SMITH 
Hudson, N. C. 



FAYE LYON SPICER 
Traphill, N. C. 



WILMA ANITA TAYLOR 
Mt. Airy, N. C. 




LINDA BUCHANAN THOMPSON 
Roxboro, N. C. 





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SUE LEMONS WELCH 
Kernersville, N. C. 




PATRICIA ANNE WEST 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 



JENNIE LEE WHITE 
Walkertown, N. C. 




SUE OWEN WHITEHEAD 
Woynesvilie, N. C. 




104 







CAROLYN VAUGHN WILLIAMS 
Richmond. Va. 



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THE BLACK BAND SUPPER 



105 



SupeRLatives 



MOST TALENTED 

PEGGY BILLINGS 




WITTIEST 

BEVERLY BURGIN 



Y>r> 




MOST ATTRACTIVE 

LINDA THOMPSON 



MOST PROFESSIONAL 

EDITH BERRY 






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BEST ALL ROUND 

CAROLYN WILLIAMS 



107 



Santa piLomena 




CAROLYN WILLIAMS 



108 




President 


SYLVIA THOMPSON 


First Vice-President 


MARY KERR 


Second Vice-President 


PHYLLIS LIPSCOMB 


Secretary 


ARTIVEE SMITH 


Treasurer 


DARLENE HICKMAN 



Junior CUss 



109 




110 




Betty Jean Armstrong 
Dorothy Barker 
Gloria Hartle Beck 
Norma Bousman 
Frances Dan ley Bryant 
Kathryn Louise Carver 
Glenda Cloninger 
Lynda Gayte Daniel 



Susan Elizabeth Dill 
Donna Duggins 
Sue Edwards 
Elizabeth Elias 
Helen Gentry Ferebee 
Mary Louise Freeman 
Annette Funderburke 
Carolyn Garris 



Anne Elizabeth Grimm 
Nancy Annette Hall 
Linda Hall 
Sylvia Anne Hardy 
Nancy Ann Hart 
Donna Hatley 
Virginia Havener 
Nancy Carolyn Haynes 



Gloria Jane Haywood 
Amanda June Hendrix 
Brenda Darlene Hickman 
Sharon Higgins 
Judy Dianne Howard 
Virginia Frances Jones 
Priscilla Ann Kearns 
Mary Louise Kerr 



in 



Elizabeth Carole Key 
Judy Lavender 
Phyllis Anita Lipscomb 
Macie Lookabill 
Patricia McGinnis 
Helen Marie Markham 
Anna Sue Milburn 
Brenda Slate Ogburn 



Jo Lynn Pickler 
Patricia Kay Privette 
Gladys Anne Pulliam 
Bonnie Reid 
Nancy Ruth Rogers 
Claudio Ann Sellers 
Elizabeth Ann Shoaf 
Galenda Gayle Slaughter 



Connie Jane Smith 
Sarah Artivee Smith 
Mary Elizabeth Stallings 
Linda Thomas 
Mary Elizabeth Thomas 
Sylvia Thompson 
Ann Lorin Vtck 
Linda Lou Wall 



Karen Ann Wells 
Peggy DuVal Woody 
Anne Young 
Bonita Gail Young 




112 







What a drag. 



Santa Claus is watching you! 



Junior Capeps 






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Class break. 




Originality plus. 




We do study — sometimes. 



Rough doy today. 



114 




President BETTY KAY RUDD 

Vice-President MINA POSTLETHWAIT 

Secretary PAT BECK 

Treasurer JUDITH KELLY 

115 



f Reshrmn CUs 




116 




Annie Mae Adams 
Nancy Lynn Arney 
Judith Carolyn Austin 
Anita Jean Batchelor 
Bonnie Lou Botes 
Patricia Rae Beck 
Carolyn Sue Bishop 
Lana Judith Blackburn 
Eunice Frances Blackwell 



Elizabeth Irene Blinson 
Vicky Lynn Brown 
Peggy Jeon Caviness 
Elizabeth Gail Christian 
Anita Marie Davis 
Patricia Ann Dixon 
Patricia Ann Doolin 
Sally Lou Eaker 
Gloria Carolyn Faw 



Linda Lou Foster 
Helyn Henrietta Fowler 
Elizabeth Morrow Gallagher 
Winnie Jo Gilliam 
Olivia Diane Griggs 
Phyllis Ann Grubb 
Judith Dianne Hardin 
Mildred Ellen Haywood 
Martha Frances Hobson 



Barbara Louise Hopson 
Patricia Elaine Huband 
Sue Ellen Hunter 
Patricia Jimmye Irby 
Judith Anne Kelly 
Pamela Anne Kimel 
Sylvia Jeanne Knorr 
Crystal Kathryn Kuhne 
Virginia Ward McCutchen 



Deborah Elizabeth Martin 
Jean Louise Moseley 
Ba rba ra Jean Owen 
Alice Jo Passmore 
Jane Isabella Pearsall 
Beverly Adare Perry 
Pamela Elizabeth Petree 
Jean Doris Pickard 
Christine Lorraine Poe 



117 




Mina Butler Postlethwoit 
Margaret Ann Rogan 
Linda Marie Rominger 
Betty Kay Rudd 



Martha JoAnn Rufty 
Gloria Hazel Stroud 
Edna Mae Swaim 
Linda Sue Thompson 



Linda Mae Trollinger 
Mary Elizabeth Vanderver 
Brenda Joyce Vogt 
Paula Elaine Webb 



Sandra Katherine West 
Iris Louise Whaley 
Wanda Louise Williamson 
Bobbie Almiro Windham 






Judy Sue Woodard 



118 



The members of the Student 
Council are: President, Carolyn 
Williams; First Vice-President, 
Annie Faye Jones; Second Vice- 
President, Peggy Woody; Secre- 
tary, Sharon Higgins; Treasurer, 
Galenda Slaughter, Senior Class 
Representatives, Linda Dowdee, 
Jean Baker; Junior Class Repre- 
sentatives, Jane Haywood, Karen 
Wells; Freshman Class Represen- 
tatives, Barbara Hopson, Judy 
Woodard; Chairman of Honor 
Council, Faye Hyman; Chairman 
of House Committee, Sandra Per- 
kinson, Chairman of Social Com- 
mittee, Mary Ann Honeycutt; 
Gray and White Matter, Peggy 
Billings; Placebo, Edith Berry - 
SNANC, April Brown. 




Student Council 



Carolyn Williams 
President, NCSNA 





Installation of Officers 



Sponsors: Mrs. Kreider and Mrs. Johnson 



119 




This committee, which ori- 
ginates out of Student Govern- 
ment, is composed of student 
leaders and faculty members 
who meet to discuss pertinent 
matters relating to the school. 
It serves as a forum for faculty 
and students to discuss pro- 
blems and make suggestions in 
the areas of curriculum and 
extra - professional activities. 
Miss Warren acts as chairman 
of the committee. 



ReUtions 
honop CounciL 



The essence of the Honor Council is that 
each student's word can be trusted and that 
any violation of a student's word is an offense 
against the whole student community. The 
Honor System is a vital directive force in all 
phases of each student's life and is a major 
working part of the Student Government As- 
sociation. 




120 



Our Choral Group is active 
in and around the Winston- 
Salem area. It is composed 
largely of Freshman students 
who have sung at various times 
in the hospital chapel. They 
also sang at Mount Olive Bap- 
tist Church for the Pilot Moun- 
tain Association meeting. The 
Director of the group, Mr. 
Dwayne Zimmer of Ardmore 
Baptist Church, has devoted 
much of his time in leading 
and guiding the choir. 




The Council of the Chrisitan Student Fellowship 
is composed of students of the Bowman Gray School of 
Medicine and the North Carolina Baptist Hospital 
School of Nursing. The members pictured are: Mary 
Kerr, Carolyn Virden, George Brown, Brent Burgoyne, 
Judy Howard, Sue Milburn, Brenda Smith, Everett Gill, 
Chaplain to students, and Mr. and Mrs. Sid Kreider, 
sponsors. 



Choral Group 



V~» J> f- 





This year the CSF sent Edith Berry (above) 
to Nigeria, and Carolyn Virden to Africa as 
a part of their LISTEN program. 



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PEGGY BILLINGS 
Editor 



GAIL YOUNG 
Assistant Editor 




White rrtMten 



MRS. MILDRED KREIDER 
Sponsor 



The members of the White 
Matter staff are: Editor, Peggy 
Billings; Assistant Editor, Gail 
Young; Business Manager, Gen- 
ny Ferebee; Lynda Sue Peterson; 
Becky Dail; Linda Thomas; Bar- 
bara Hopson; Millie Haywood; 
and Jean Moseley. 




122 



The members of the Placebo staff 
are: Editor, Edith Berry; Feature Ed- 
itor, Sue DeBoard, Art Editor, Nancy 
Haynes; Circulation Manager, Diane 
Anderson; Assistants, Linda Hardis- 
ter, Jan Beauchamp, Betty Harrell; 
Typist, Sue Milburn; Senior News Ed- 
itor, April Brown; Junior News Editor, 
Nancy Hart; Freshman News Editor, 
Ann Adams. 




pUceBO 



EDITH BERRY 
Editor 






123 




MISS PAT MITCHELL 
Queen 



Chmstrrus dance 



MISS LIBBY ELIAS 
Maid of Honor 



124 





Queen's Court: Mrs. Linda Reiter, Miss Lynda Sue Peterson, Miss 
Wanda Williamson, Miss Linda Thomas, Miss Linda Rominger, and 
Miss Sharon Higgins. 



125 



Sppinq fotties 




MISS BETTY KEY 



126 



MISS ANN HARDY 





MISS GAYLE DANIEL 




SAISS BETTY ANN JOHNSON 




Annually, the Spring Follies is sponsored by 
the Junior Class and usually begins as a fund 
raising project for the Junior-Senior Prom. 

Somewhere between imaginative planning 
and opening night, the primary aim becomes 
a challenge for a superb performance. Inevit- 
ably, it brings many hours of hard work, fear, 
and frustration; but eventually, it brings satis- 
faction, pleasure, and lovely memories to all. 

Chosen for her beauty, poise, and person- 
ality, Miss Betty Key has reigned for the past 
year as Queen of the 1962 Spring Follies. 
Throughout the entire contest, Betty remained 
a picture of beauty and carried with her the 
poise that is so characteristic of her. 

The nine girls pictured on the page are 
contestants in this year's Spring Follies beauty 
pageant. One of them will be chosen Queen of 
the 1963 Spring Follies and will be crowned by 
Dr. Eben Alexander. 



MISS DEBBIE MARTIN 






MISS SUE ELLEN HUNTER 




MISS ANNIE FAYE JONES 




MISS BONNIE REID 



MRS. BRENDA SCARBORO 



MISS BRENDA VOGT 



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Designed by Dr. Fransoir Lock- 
Worn by Dr. Sutton, M. C. 




"Mint Julep" — The Basic Group. 




'Honey Bun" — Sandra Goodman. 



Spmnq foLLies 




The Twisters — Dr. Bowden and 
Dr. Reeves. 




"A Summer Ploce" 



Queen Linda Dowdee crowns successor, Betty Key. 






"Summertime" — Bill McRae. 



"Lollie Tudem" — Millie, Ann, Pat. 



128 




Sand Fiddlers — Pete, Gail, Mimi, Nancy. 




Everybody's doing it. 



What's in the punch? 



Fun for everyone. 




JunioR-SenioR 



Love thot atomosphere. 




Soft music — Sweet memories. 





Oldies but goodies. 



129 



Learning a new dance? 




Freshman Day. 





They took the prize. 



Fifty cents each! 






Old Man Winter. 







Bats in your belfry? 





Imagine! Seniors! 



Moon River. 



130 




Aw, shucks! 



Cheers. 






A. A 



I love you truly. 




Splish, splash. 



Round the Campu 







Our hostesses and night watchmen. 



"Where have all the flowers . . . ?" 



131 



, 



THE NURSE 
To be a nurse is to walk with God, 
Along the path our master trod; 
To soothe the achings of human pain; 
To faithfully serve for little gain; 
To lovingly do the kindly deed, 
A cup of water to one in need; 
A tender hand on a fevered brow, 
A word of cheer to these living now; 
To reach the soul through its body's woe, 
Ah! This is the way tliat Jesus would go. 
Oh, white-capped nurses in dresses of blue, 
Our great Physician is working through you. 
—Author Unknown 



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Kyi 



This 
is a 
capsule*. • 




^J ^r ^r and it looks deceptively simple. 
Certainly not as complex as an x-ray machine, a 
fully equipped operating room, or a modern 
pharmaceutical analysis laboratory. But appear- 
ances can be deceiving. Into this capsule went 
countless hours of research, the clinical investi- 
gation of thousands of patients by scores of 
physicians and-finally-painstaking manufactur- 
ing controls. And-with the help of this capsule- 
physicians are able to provide more effective 
care for their patients. 



Smith Kline & French Laboratories 
is dedicated to the discovery and 
manufacture of these seemingly 
simple medicines . . . prescription 
drugs which have revolutionized 
the physician's treatment of his 
patients. 



SMITH KLINE & FRENCH LABORATORIES 



134 





Compliments 

FRITTS MOTOR COMPANY 

Complete Auto Service 

— 24 Hour Wrecker Service — 
Phone PA 3-1677 




O THE CLASS OF '63 ... 



C ONGRATULATIONSi 



You Have Sacrificed Much Up To Now, 
You Will Sacrifice More Tomorrow. 

You Have Met The Challenge Of Today, 
You Must Meet The Challenge Of Tomorrow. 



National Life 
Insurance Company 

Montpelier, Vermont 




James W. Neal, General Agent 



Established 1885 




THERE'S NO PIACE LIKE HOME" 



550 N. Liberty St. Phone PA 2-5118 



Forsyth's Favorite Bread 



CrttMk 



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Makes All Foods Taste Better 

JONES BAKERIES, INC. WINSTON-SALEM 

Jones Bakeries, Inc. Winston-Salem 



TUTTLE LUMBER COMPANY 

DEPENDABLE BUILDING MATERIALS 
1721 STADIUM DRIVE S. E. 

PHONE 723-4318 • P. O. BOX 4595 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 



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Patterson Drug, Co 



"Prescription Headquarters" 

112 W. 4th St. Phone PA 2-7194 

Patterson Stratford 
Pharmacy 

141 South Stratford Road 

Phone PA 3-4368 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



5fie Vi/lage House 

3uvnituve 

1 18 S. Hawthorne Rd. 

At First St. 

Open Mon., Tues. & Fri. Nights 

Till 9:00 

Dial PA 2-1333 



We Appreciate Our Friends 

at the 

Bowman Gray School of Medicine 



E:rpect Afore ar Stockton'* 
More Style— More Quality— More Service 

^^/Vorman^Stocktonnnc. 

411 N Chfrry St Hinilon-Sattm, N. C. 



FOR 

A 

REAL 

FOUNTAIN TREAT 

VISIT 

Farmers 
Dairy Bar 

South Stratford Road 
Northside Shopping Center 




THRUWAY SHOE SHOP 

Quality Shoe Repairing 
1 DAY SERVICE 
Phone 725-5720 



yd/0cw£ -SfikHoJ £?& 



Gifts — Sporting Goods — Toys 
Men's Clothing — Appliances 

Photographic Supplies 

Records and Radios 

Television 

501 West Fourth St. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 






136 



WINSTON-SALEM SAVINGS 
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

Two convenient locations: 

1 15 West Third Street 

Thruway Shopping Center 

Current Rate on Savings: 4% 

"Continuously since 1889" 



... a prescription for you, DOCTOR! 

II LIFE INSURANCE 

(1) To guarantee a lifetime income — a 
profit at retirement age. 

(2) Have this prescription filled by your 
Jefferson Standard representative 
who is: 

JOHN D. HIATT, C.L.U. 
District Manager 



811 W. Sth Street 



Dial 723-7314 




• ■■ ^^ , ^us*t-...wp! J tiT.. . .m-»* ~ «» „ .« «ai 



P>M(§OT 

Television • Furniture • Appliances 



Sales and Service 
First at Cloverdale 



Free Delivery 

Phone 723-9639 




HOU SE 

'€5EEEHB2> 



TELEPHONE 724-8471 
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 




Voqlep's JeweLGRS 

Established 1865 

Fine Jewelry and Silver 

Special attention given to all 
repair work. 

416 W. 4th Street 



137 



Use . . . 

First Union National's 

College - Hospital Branch 

for all your banking needs 

Checking Savings Loans 

Bank Money Orders Travelers Checks 

COME TO SEE US! 
Monday through Friday 9 to 1 
(Formerly City National Bank) 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



PARKWAY PLAZA 
BARBER SHOP 

Parkway Plaza Shopping Center 

HOURS 

Monday thru Friday: 10 AM — 8 PM 
Saturday: 8 AM — 5:30 P.M. 




LABORATORY. . . 

♦ APPARATUS 

♦ INSTRUMENTS 

♦ CHEMICALS 

♦ GLASSWARE 



DIAMOND VALUES 

THROUGH QUALITY 

It will pay you to compare our 
diamonds and prices before 
you buy! 

Graduate Gemologisf to Serve You 
Guaranteed Watch and Jewelry Repairing 

JEWELRY and GIFTS 

US S. Hawthorn* Road — Aeroti from 
Ardmort P.ir Offlt* — PHon* PA S-2902 




TEMPLE 



Compliments 

(la belt 

s. 

lee 

Jlotel 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



138 



CSTITHt> 

Men's and boys' 

clothing of distinction 

at reasonable prices 

Noted for smart fashions, quality and 
good service 



WINSTON-SALEM 



HIGH POINT 



FRANK A STIJH COMPAN Y 





Arch de 


Cast 


riq 


ue 














310 


REYNOLDS BLDG. 




DISTRICT MANAGER 






VINSTON 


SALEM, N. C 


THE EGU 


1 TABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY 













OF THE UNITED STATES 








PARI- 


5-4228 



Compliments of 



PINE HALL BRICK 

AND PIPE 

COMPANY 



Winston-Salem, N. C 



KELLY TYPEWRITER CO. 




For best- buy in typewriters, buy 
yours from the Typewriter Specialists 



"It's from Montaldos" 


Three Little Words 


With a World of Meaning 


MQNTALDQ'S 


Winston-Salem, N. C. 



BOBBITT DRUG STORES 

IN REYNOLDS BLDG. IN NISSEN BLDG. 

Phone 722-1135 Phone 722-6129 

AT HAWTHORNE & LOCKLAND 
Phone 723-1867 

SURGICAL APPLIANCES 
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 



139 




140 



Compliments of 

Lenrz Transfer and 
Storage Company 

Local and Nationwide Moving 
Household Goods Storage 
Agents — Allied Van Lines 

200 Brookstown Ave 
Phone 722-4114 



MOTHER AND DAUGHTER 
FASHIONS 

Liberty and 3rd Sts. 
in Winston-Salem 



COMPLIMENTS OF 




HANES HOSIERY MILLS CO., WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 



"Furl up «i ihne iu 




JdiHtmete 

ttunm BUTTmmiLK 
isthtt^umefcM 



141 



SHOP AT 

THE BAPTIST HOSPITAL 
GIFT SHOP 

Cards, Candy 

Flowers and Gifts 

for All Occasions 

Dial PA 3-5211 



& 





ED KELLY'S, Inc. 

WW Electrical Appliances KCA 






Ufittlhint Special discount for doctors, nurses, and medical students 7nn',iL 

norpomr we service what we sell unm 




U , , Color & Black and White TV 

Keli/mtot l/l/estinghouse 




(Used refrigerators, washers, electric ranges, and TV) 




Best Wishes / V ? 1 ] 
From \"" BE far 








MAJOR LEAGUE LANES" "" 




^fLtf. M , 




30 Lanes A.M.F. Automatics 




d MiMm m 




151 S. Stratford 




Winston-Salem, North Carolina 




PA 5-9758 








REDUCED RATES TO STUDENTS 








STANDARD 








Savings & Loan Ass'n. 




lv&W7( 


1 


SAVINGS — LOANS 

Phone PA 3-1069 
236 N Main Street 




1 Oteak 

I HOUSE 




Manufacturers Established 1930 




TOWN STEAK HOUSE NO. 1 
107 Lockland Avenue 




WEDDING 
INVITATIONS 




Phone PA 2-0005 

TOWN STEAK HOUSE NO. 2 
Thruway Shopping Center 




STATION ERY-CARDS-IN FORM ALS 




300 S. Stratford Road 




Quick Service — Good Quality — Reasonable Prices 




Phone 724-4107 




H. T. HEARN ENGRAVING CO., INC. 

ENGRAVERS -PRINTERS . . . PHONE PArk 2-1303 
229 NORTH LIBERTY ST. WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 




Reservations 725-9426 



142 



Camel City Laundry 

"A Bundle of Satisfaction" 

SANITONE DRY CLEANING 
GARMENT STORAGE 

281 S. Stratford Road 

512 East 4th Street 

Dial PA 2-6196 



READ'S 

Uniform Center 



UNIFORMS 



SHOES 



LAB COATS 



FOR NURSES AND 
MEDICAL STUDENTS 

PRESCRIPTIONS 
READ'S DRUG COMPANY 

431 N. Liberty St Phone PA 5-9744 



Office Furniture and Supplies 

GIFTS- GREETING CARDS 

School Supplies 

SHEAFFER AND PARKER PENS 

HINKLE'S 
BOOK STORE 

425 N. Trade & Parkway Plaza 
Phone PA 5-0213 



SHORE BROTHERS 




Polish 

Tubes 

Lubrication 



SERVICE 

Corner First & Hawthorne 



143 



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^Sacfa 




Sick Room Requisites 



te/ir'^if. 




Compliments of Your Local Physicians and Hospital Supplier 



Holladay Surgical Supply, Inc. 

926 W. 4th Street Winston-Salem, N. C. Phone 722-5196 



Big decisions can be made . . . 

. . . with confidence when your 

financial future is secure. In today's modem economy and fast moving society 

it is difficult to exercise sound judgement if you are worried about tomorrow. 

You can assure your loved ones and yourself financial security 

tomorrow by calling . . . 



**Z£% 



GORRELL & SIEWERS AGENCY 

420 N. Spruce Street 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Telephone: PArk 2-2578 




SECURITY 

LIFE AND TRUST 
COMPANY 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 



Robert W. Gorrell 
R. Ray Holder, Jr. 



Wade H. Moser Chas. N. Siewers, C.L.U. Vernie R. Snider 

C. Randal Shelton Spencer C. Waggoner W. Mills Taylor, C.L.U. 



144 



Ladies', Men's and Children's 
Fine Footwear 

STANLEY'S SHOES, INC. 

444 N. Trade St. 

and 

STANLEY'S THRUWAY SHOP, INC. 

Thruway Shopping Center 



GET THE BEST . . 
GET 



MILK AND ICE 
CREAM 

2221 N. Patterson Avenue 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Phone 723-0311 




McPHAIL'S, INC. 

— China — Fine Jewelry — 

— Silver — Gifts — 

THRUWAY AND 410 N. SPRUCE 









Complete Line of UNI- 














FORMS and LAB JACK- 


■T*^Fk 






ETS for Nurses, Doctors, 


S oa 






Technicians and Cafete- 






ria Workers. Exclusive 


Pw^i 






Agents for Nursemates & 


<WH, 


ii 4 




Miracle Tread SHOES 
Lingerie and Nurses Caps 


ANGEL 


MODE UNIFORMS 




WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 


614 W. 4th St. Phone 724-6610 



Stdtfj 'i 

Cl&uoal Steak Howu 

2000 Reynolda Road 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Phone PArk 3-8631 for Reservations 

Wutm TWte tyl Steak 



OPEN 
Monday-Friday Saturday-Sunday 

11:00 AM 5:00 PM 



145 



■k 






Personal assistance in 
laying the foundation 
for your future security 
through insurance 



H. D. Cornelius 



oW 



o 

% 




HARCE D. CORNELIUS 
£&? District Agent 

2060 Beach Street, S. W. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Phone 725-3583 

THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE 
COMPANY OF AMERICA 




Compliments of 

Underwood Jewelers, Inc. 




106 West 4th Street 



Compliments of 

BROWN-ROGERS DIXON 

"The Best Place to Get It" 

WINSTON-SALEM'S OLDEST 

AND LARGEST HARDWARE 

Hardware — Sporting Goods 

Photographic Supplies 



Harvel's, Inc. 

INTERIOR DESIGNERS 

566 S. Stratford Road 

Phone PA 2-6143 



Party 
Supplies 

Tools 

Furniture 

Home 



HAUSER 



*enta£ 




HOUR • DAY • WEEK • MONTH 
Free Pick-up and Delivery 

Corner Hawthorne & Magnolia Office 729-9673 — Home 725-0802 



Hospital 
Equipment 

TV Sets 

Projectors 

Nursery 



146 




Hart Laboratories 

We cordially invite our friends at the Bowman Gray 
School of Medicine and the North Carolina Baptist Hos- 
pital to visit us at our new location and to tour our plant. 



Eight miles west on lnterstate-40 at the Tanglewood Park Exit 



Phone 
766-6471 



P. O. Box 830 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



147 



We mind our knitting- 
with you in mind! Over 
the past fifty -eight years 
the result has been a steady 
ily growing line of fine 
cotton knits that mean 
greater comfort -every 
day-for you, and for 
all your family as well. 

underwear— sleepwear— and 



socks for the whole family 



HANES 



P. H. HANES KNITTING CO , WINSTON-SALEM 1, NX. 



* 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

HUTCHINS' 

CLOVERDALE PHARMACY 



2132 Cloverdale Avenue 
Phone PA 4-7491 Winston-Salem, N. C. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



H. L. Green 



Compliments of 


















ELECTRONIC 

WHOLESALERS 

INC. 

938 Burke Street 
Phone PA 5-8711 



148 



6 


loch Cooke, 




Insurance Service Company 

M. E. Miller, Charles Miller & Stuart Miller 

ALL TYPES OF GENERAL AND 

PROFESSIONAL INSURANCE 




wS.H E Liz! 




Phone. PA 2-7187 

230 N. Trade St. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 


£&io4ce 










1501 


W. First St. Phone PA 2-0893 




Compliments of 




MOTOR TUNE UP 




TOP HAT FORMALS 


Corr 


plete Brake and Radiator Repairs 
"S & H Green Stamps" 




446-448 N. Main Street 
"Formal Rentals" 


SHELL PRODUCTS 






WELCH ALLY 



lights the way to fast, 
accurate diagnosis with 
easty-to-use, dependable 
instruments. 



Set shown includes Welch Allyn's 110 
ophthalmoscope, 216 otoscope with 5 
polypropylene specula, and 700 large 
battery handle, in deluxe 21-L case. 
$84.00. 

Many other Welch Allyn combination sets are avail- 
able, with different otoscopes and ophthalmoscopes, 
in regular, deluxe or compact cases, with standard or 
rechargeable battery handles, from $76.50 to $96.50. 



WINCHESTER 



"CAROLINAS' HOUSE OF SERVICE" 

Winchester Surgical Supply Company Winchester-Ritch Surgical Company 

119 East 7jh Street Charlotte, N. C. 421 West Smith St. Greensboro, N. C. 



149 



Summit Street Pharmacy 
Inc. 

Foot of Summit overlooking 
Hanes Pork 

"Your prescription our first consideration" 

(A special physicians' phone direct 
to our prescription department) 

DIAL PA 2-2614 



PIEDMONT FEDERAL 
SAVINGS AND LOAN 

ASSOCIATION 

16 West Third St. 
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 

Branches 

KERNERSVILLE, N. C. and 

NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER 



S-S-S-S-S-S-S- 



-S-S-S-SPARKLE! 
Have a Coke! 




eo«" is * 



BottUd und« ovthorty of Tho Coca-Cola Company by 



56-154 



DY-DEE SUPPLY CO. 

Antiseptic Diaper Service 

Diaseptic Process 
Sole Distributors of Baby Talk Magazine 

in This Area 

187 Waughtown St. Phone PA 4-5563 

Oldest — Largest — Best 



Compliments of 



150 



Compliments of 

Buck &ML 

MUTUAL BENEFIT 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



HANOVER WHOLESALE 

COMPANY, INC. 

and 

HANOVER FROZEN 

FOODS, INC. 

Wholesale Distributors of Dry Groceries 
Frozen Foods — Institutional Merchandise 



City Beverage 
Delivery Service 

908 Burke Street 
Phone PA 2-2774 - PA 5-1481 

Open 9 A.M. to 1 1 P.M. 

ALL BRANDS OF BEER AND ALE, 

WINES, CHAMPAGNE, SOFT 

DRINKS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, 

PRETZELS, AND POTATO CHIPS 

AND FANCY GROCERIES 

ICED - DELIVERED 

BEER IN KEGS 

H. S. DAVIS, Prop. 

All Kinds of Imported Beers 

and Champagne 

Quick, Courteous Delivery Service 



STALEY'S 

Northside Restaurant 

NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER 

(On Hwy. 52 North) 

■ Western Prime k%ed Charcoal Steaks 
• Seafoods 

"lele-ltay" Cat Hop Senice 
' Sandwiches and Snacks 

Open 6 AM — 10 PM 7 Days a Week 



THE REAL 


ESTATE 


HOUSE, 


INC. 


For All Your Real 


Estate Needs 


and One-Stop 


Services 


REAL ESTATE - 


INSURANCE 


MORTGAGE LOANS - RENTALS 


1415 Peters Creek 


Telephone 


Parkway 


725-9751 


WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 



CARMICHAEL PRINTING 
COMPANY 

1309 Hawthorne Road, S.W. 
Telephone 722-4137 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



151 




COMPLIMENTS OF 



THE BAPTIST HOSPITAL 
SODA SHOP 

Sandwiches — Cold Drinks — Magazines — Coffee 




"THE STUDENTS' HANGOUT" 

7:30 AM — 9:00 PM Week Days 
10:30 AM — 4:30 PM Sundays 



PAUL 



152 



HPB^HB 



HAWTHORNE ROAD BARBER SHOP 



"IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL' 

Save Time by Making 
an Appointment 



f\ 



C. C. CRANFILL 



J 



TREAT YOURSELF TO THE BEST 

107 S. Hawthorne Rd. 
Dial PA 2-6548 



WAUGHTOWN 
FURNITURE HOSPITAL 

UPHOLSTERING and REFINISHING 

RECOVERING - RESTYLING • REBUILDING 

For Free Estimate Call 

Bob Little 

723-3400 

1605 Chapel Street 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 




£^<lte^ 



OF WINSTON-SALEM 

127 SOUTH CHERRY 

WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA 



Complete Dining and Meeting 
Room Facilities 



134% 



penetration of 
WINSTON-SALEM 

North Carolina's No. 2 city 

with city zone 

population of 

154,124 



73% 



penetration of 

NORTHWEST 

NORTH CAROLINA 

the Journal and Sentinel's 

11-county market with 

a population of 

503,390 



ONLY 1 



newspaper combination 

provides the sole daily 

coverage of this rich area 

with retail sales of 

$541,209,147 



Winston-Salem and Northwest North Carolina create a clearly defined market bulging 
at the seams with growth and development ... and wrapped up in a neat marketing 
package by the concentrated circulation of the Journal and Sentinel newspapers. 

WINSTON-SALEM 

J OURN AL and S ENTINEL 



153 



CUNINGHAM 
FURNITURE COMPANY 

1204 S. Stratford Rd. 

"WHERE DREAMS COME TRUE" 

Phone 724-0804 



now its Pepsi- for those who think young 




Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. of Winston-Salem, Inc. 



THE NORTHWESTERN 

MUTUAL LIFE 
INSURANCE COMPANY 

Chartered 1857 

PERSONAL INSURANCE SERVICE 

TO PHYSICIANS AND MEDICAL 

STUDENTS 



AGENTS 



Royall R. 
Brown, C.L.U. 



Brant 
Snavley, Jr. 



618 Reynolds Bldg. Phone PA 4-4401 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



do you know . . . 

that you are graduating into one of the most promising areas of the nation? 
A recent urban research study forecasts "a linear city" for the 300 miles stretch- 
ing through the industrial Carolinas. Here, in the 20,000 square miles served by 
Duke Power, scores of thriving towns connect busy cities. Research centers, col- 
leges and universities, and hundreds of industries thrive. 

Here in the Carolinas Crescent, there is real challenge and opportunity. There is a 
place for you to fill, a job for you to do, in an exciting future that begins — right now. 




DUKE POWER 



154 



Belchet's, Inc. 

Women Who Know Shoes Best Wear 
"The Clinic Shoe" 



Reynolda Manor 
Shopping Center 



Nissen 
Building 



STALEY'S DRIVE-IN 
RESTAURANT 

"The House That Service and Quality Built" 
SHORT ORDERS DINNERS SANDWICHES 

24 Hour Service 

2803 Reynolda Rd. Phone PA 3-9703 



fly PIEDMONT 
AIRLINES 



SERVING 67 



CITIES IN NINE STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

ALL FLIGHTS TO AND FROM WINSTON-SALEM ARE 

VIA THE SMITH REYNOLDS 

AIRPORT, ONLY THREE 

MILES FROM DOWNTOWN 

WINSTON-SALEM. 

FOR RESERVATIONS 
Call your travel agent or 
Piedmont Airlines at 725-9736 
in Winston-Salem. 





MOVE YOURSELF— RENT A TRAILER 

Local 
Camp Trailers 
One Way Or 
Coast to Coast 

Member Nationwide Trailer Rental System 

"Rent Here — Leave There" 

— Branches in Major Cities in U. S. A. — 

MUNCY TRAILER RENTAL 

Phone PA 3-5347 
142 Waughtown Sf. Winston-Salem, N. C. 



ZINZENDORF LAUNDRY 
COMPANY 

Kustom Kare Process 

• Laundry 

• Dry Cleaning 

• Fur Storage 

• Rug Cleaning 

1000 S. Main Dial PA 2-5178 



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K & W 

Cafeterias 



• Parkway Plaza 
Shopping Center 

• Downtown at 
422 N. Cherry St. 



Compliments of 




WALL 
GLADE HILL 

Funeral 
Chapel 




PA 2-6117 
AMBULANCE SERVICE 



Nothing does it 
like 




The 7-Up Bottling 
Company 

1800 N. Patterson Ave. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



CLOVERDALE AMOCO 
SERVICE 



MmB 



CAMERA 
SHOP 




PET... YOU BET! 
For home delivery, call PA 3-9696. 



24 

Hour 

Film 

Developing 

Black 

& 
White 



PHOTO SUPPLIES 

236 S. Stratford Rd. 

Dial PA 3-0739 

Fl LM— CAMERAS— MOVI E 
EQUIPMENT 

DARK ROOM SUPPLIES 

COLOR FILM DEVELOPING 



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FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

230 North Cherry Street 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Phone: PArk 3-3604 



Compliments of 


PFAFFS INC. 


Authorized "Dutch Boy" Dealer 


Your Paint, Glass and Wallpaper Store 


Thruway Northside 


219 N. Main Street 




HOWARD 

Jounsonf 



J4oit of ike J4iqh 
for 
~J*ru.nqru and J5te> 



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mericans 



Motor Lodge and Restaurant 
150 S. Stratford Road 




ANDREWS 
PHARMACY 

1302 S. Hawthorne Road 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Phone PA 3-1679 

PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 

PROMPT DELIVERY 

Friendly Drug Service 



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Compliments of 

BELK STEVENS COMPANY 

HOME OF BETTER VALUES 
5th and Trade Streets 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Compliments 
of 

X-RAY 
SALES AND SERVICE CO. 

1007 Burke Street 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Phone 724-9114 



COURTEOUS - DEPENDABLE 

Taxi Service 

DIAL PA 2-7121 

BLUE BIRD CAB CO. 



TRIANGLE 

RESTAURANT & 

DRIVE-IN 

"Where Quality Prevails" 

STRATFORD CENTER 
South Stratford Road 





N.G. LAWINC 



Invites yon to visit 
the West 4th Street 
Barber Shop . . . for 

T OP QUALITY Haircuts 

BARBERS TO SERVE YOU 



STREET 

BARBER 
SHOP 

Vl Block 
w. of s«n 



FREE REPAIR ESTIMATES 
514 N. Cherry Street 



iRSON IMC. 

- FREE OFFICE PLANNING 
Telephone 723-1031 

"'INSTON-SALEM, N. C. 



Desks 

Choirs 

Files 

Office Accessories 

Office Supplies 

Typewriters 

Adding Machines 

Mimeograph Supplies 



Par/auay Cfiald 

Motor Lodge and Restaurant 
Featuring 

THE ALPINE ROOM 

Supper Club 

Peters Creek Parkway 
Motor Lodge Restaurant 
725-0501 722-1119 




For All Your Hardware Needs: 

PLEASANTS HARDWARE CO. 

601 N. Trade Street 
1015 Northwest Blvd. 






Compliments fl1R a !PWlP£ai 

of lEJEE!! 


IFT 


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^^A&av~y^-»> Parkway Plaza 
4t „ jifTTlWflF Shopping Center 


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It's what's up front that counts 

IFILTER -BLENDj— a Winston exclusive— makes 
the big taste difference. You get rich tobaccos that 
are specially selected and specially processed for 
full flavor in filter smoking. Try a pack of Winstons ! 



H J Reynolds Toliarco Co.. Winston-Salem, N. C 



WINSTON TASTES GOOD tike a cigarette should ! 



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TO THE CLASS OF '63... 

With sincere appreciation of the trust placed in us by the Physicians, Nurses, 
and Institutions, which for more than one hundred years we have been privileged 
to serve, we bespeak for you as you launch upon your careers of service to 
mankind the same full share of public confidence and trust which has inspired 
us to greater efforts all through the years. 

May you always "Look up and not down — forward and not backward" — and 
may your guiding light be "First consideration for others." 



Frank Vogler and Sons 




N. A. King Esso Servicenter 

Mechanic On Duty — Connie Beck 

TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES 

Road Service 

1510 West 1st St. 
Cars Called For and Delivered 

10% ABOVE COST ON NEW TIRES TO DOCTORS, MEDICAL 

STUDENTS, HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL SCHOOL STAFF 

WASHING WAXING GREASING RECAPPING 



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